A First Look at Microsoft’s Edge Web Browser

Annotation in Microsoft Edge



Alongside all the productivity features, gaming features and the start menu coming back, another feature that you can expect is an all-new web browser by the name of Edge. When you upgrade to Windows 10, Microsoft Edge will be chosen as your default browser. If you have Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome then your default […]




The Productivity Features of Windows 10

Windows 10 Snapping



With Windows 10, there are many features for all types of users. That is also true for those looking to increase their productivity. One of the really nice features that Microsoft brought to the table is snapping. The way this works is that you drag a window to the left-hand or right-hand side of the […]




The XBox App on Windows 10

Windows 10 XBox App



Microsoft have made some interesting additions to Windows 10. On the gaming side, Windows 10 now comes with an XBox App. You will be able to log into your XBox/Microsoft account and quickly send out status updates to all of your friends. However, one of the main things that you will be able to do […]




The Start Menu Makes a Return in Windows 10

Windows 10 Start Menu



As many of you know, Windows 10 was released to the masses on the 29th of July 2015. As promised I am starting a series of articles covering the many features of Windows 10. For this one, let’s take a look at the start menu. As you can see there are a few changes to […]




Windows 10 Launches Today, Here’s How You Get It

Get Windows 10 Updgrade Notice



After a long wait, the day has finally come. Microsoft has released Windows 10 to the masses. This time round, Microsoft are doing the release of Windows 10 in waves starting with desktop and laptop computers. Basically this means only some of you will get the chance to upgrade today. Then, in the coming days […]




A Problem That Gamers Face

Xbox One Controller



One of the things that amazes me about the computer/video games available right now is the fact that they are available digitally (and pretty much instantly). I remember that when a game was released in the 1990s, you had to go to a store and wait your turn in a queue. If you were all […]




Adi’s Pick Of The Week: Zalman ZM-NS2000 Notebook Cooler

Zalman ZM-NS2000



I am going to combine this post into both a pick of the week and a review. Here in the UK, the summer is in full swing. With the summer comes hot weather with temperatures of up to 30 degrees celsius (86 in fahrenheit). If you are taking your laptop outside onto a makeshift desk, […]




Windows 10 to Be Sold on USB Flash Drives

By: Ambuj Saxena



We are a week away from the release of Windows 10. Some of you might be wondering how Microsoft is going to distribute Windows 10. Well, they have decided that they are going to sell it on a USB Flash Drive instead of the traditional DVD. Incidentally, the US version of Amazon has put up […]




Why I Dislike Adobe Flash Player

By: George Kelly



In April 2010, the late Steve Jobs (former CEO of Apple) wrote an open letter called Thoughts on Flash. In it he basically said that Flash has lots of problems and explained why Apple decided to invest their energy into HTML5. When the very first iPad launched in 2010, a lot of people called Apple […]




Medium Enables Password Free Logins

Medium Log-in via email



Blogging service Medium has enabled a new feature for its users where they can log in to their Medium account without the need for a password. The way that it works is that you would get an email sent to you. When you open this it will log you in. According to the official blog […]